New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority will go to market this week armed with a creative tool: the floating-rate note.

On Wednesday, the MTA, which runs the largest transit system in North America, will issue $400 million of transportation revenue bonds. The sale, through competitive bid, will consist of $150 million in three equal subseries of Series A floating-rate notes and $250 million in Series B fixed-rate notes.

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